01 January 2012

Support a True Economy

Written by  Adam Friedman
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Although organic foods might seem more expensive than conventional foods, conventional food prices do not reflect hidden costs borne by taxpayers, including nearly $74 billion in federal subsidies in 1988. Other hidden costs include pesticide regulation and testing, hazardous waste disposal and clean up, and environmental damage.

Adam Friedman

Adam Friedman

Adam Friedman is a web designer living in Portland, Oregon. Adam lived and worked on the farm during the summer of '94 and returned for part of the summer of '95.

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